Bits and Pieces – Frog Motion Sensor Statue – Weather Resistant, Hand-Painted Polyresin Sculpture – Garden Decoration

When anything crosses its path, this frog with intricate leaf detailing will scare pests away with motion activated ribbits and eyes that really light up in flashing bright yellow. Made of weather resistant, hand-painted polyresin. Measures 4-3/4″ X 8-1/2″. Requires 2 “AA” batteries, not included.

Product Features

  • This Frog Motion Sensor Statue will, when activated, “ribbit” and have eyes that light up with flashing yellow light.
  • A fun lawn ornament to surprise visitors with or to add a touch of animal life to your yard, patio, or garden.
  • Crafted of durable polyresin and hand painted with textural detail.
  • Measures 4-3/4″ X 8-1/2 – with a 6-12 inch sensor range
  • Requires 2 “AA” batteries, not included.

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2 thoughts on “Bits and Pieces – Frog Motion Sensor Statue – Weather Resistant, Hand-Painted Polyresin Sculpture – Garden Decoration

  1. He’s pretty loud and never misses a walk-by Cute as can be, bigger than I expected. He’s pretty loud and never misses a walk-by. I turned him off till the grandkids come back because he was getting a bit annoying. He’s been through two rainstorms in a semi- protected area and still croaking. Update: Granddaughter fell in love with this thing and wags it around, and drops it, constantly. He’s got two broken feet now but still croaking. You reviewers who seem to have gotten a bum frog, I don’t know what to say except this one is…

  2. Love this fantastic frog Who knew? Bought this as a ‘gag’ Christmas gift, and now that we opened it and made sure it works, we want one. Or two. Some buyers “descriptions” said it wouldn’t work in some instances, but it’s because they didn’t set it up correctly, I think, in my humble opinion. Make sure the glue supporting the straw-like eyepiece above the mouth, is clear. Push away any glue, if there is any. Close the battery cover all the way. After testing a few times, success! Eyes light up and the frog shouts a…

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